FAITH SOLOWAY (Herself) entered the world of comedy as musical director Chicago's legendary Second City Theater. From there she went on to create Chicago's longest running musical, "Co-Ed Prison Sluts," and the national pop-phenomenon, "The Real Live Brady Bunch." Soloway bid adieu to the Hollywood moguls who came calling after these successes so that she could pursue her first love, singing and songwriting. After moving to Boston Soloway quickly became one of the scene's most popular folk-rock performers. It wasn't long before her sold out gigs at Club Passim morphed into hyper-parodies of the overly earnest world of folk, and Soloway's musical comedy voice exploded with a bang. The most successful of Soloway's productions, "Miss Folk America," became a sold-out hit at the Somerville Theater. Soloway played God in the original Club Passim version of "Jesus Has Two Mommies," but is willing to portray herself this time in the show's all-new, multi-media performance.

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